This was posted 6 months 9 days ago, and might be an out-dated deal.

expired David Attenborough's Planet Earth 2 UHD 4K $19.18 (C&C) (or $1.69 Delivery) @ JB Hi-Fi (w/ STACK Signup Coupon)

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Greetings everyone, bringing back this deal because it has gotten even better! Thought this was worthy of it's own deal seperately.

This is an incredible price for this series, in my opinion, the best content you can watch on a 4k TV.

The price is achieved by combining with the 20% coupon from STACK Magazine which is delivered into your email after signup. Mine is 92OS3O8CB3BD6N if anyone wants to use it.

As always, enjoy!


This price is also available for any version of Planet Earth 2.

Blu-Ray Here

DVD Here


Credit to the original 20% off DVD & Blu-Ray @ JB Hi-fi deal.

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  • +1 vote

    Looks like a great deal.
    Will this disc play on a standard Blu-ray player?

    • +3 votes

      I believe you need an Ultra HD Blu-Ray player to play 4K content, the normal blu-ray is the same price as well.

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        The UK version has both Blu-Ray and UHD included from memory, doesn't seem to be available here for some reason.

        Awesome series, looks stunning on a good TV.

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          Damn that's annoying, would've been amazing if they released that same version in aus.. seriously thought this was the best content I've ever seen on my TV, which is now ageing. Saw it on an OLED at TGG and was honestly amazed.

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          @doweyy:

          Don't have an OLED but I do have a quality Sony LED and it looks stunning, was blown away when I first saw it.

          Shame they don't do it in 3D as my TV has it, would be an amazing experience.

          Can't believe Free-to-Air TV played this masterpiece at 576.

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          @doweyy: I’m impressed that TGG is actually playing decent quality media to show off their tvs!

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          @theguyrules:

          Lol! Trust me I was surprised as well, don't go there often but was just expecting the cricket or something in SD to be on, but was very happy to see it!

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          I think all of the 4k films i have so far (about 10) come with blu-ray included also.
          For people with blu-rat played and no 4k player, it would be worth checking if blu-ray disc is included with the 4k disc pack, that way when you have 4k player you will be set with some content already.

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        Thank you.

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      Nope. Needs to be an UHD bluray player - and ALL of your devices need to support HDCP 2.2 (content protection). So if you've got your bluray player plugged into a soundbar or AV receiver, and then into your TV - the player, soundbar/receiver and TV all need to have HDCP 2.2.

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    10/10 would recommend. Easily the best 4K HDR content you can get.

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    I have 4K and blue ray versions both, when playing on my 55 inch OLED TV I can't see a dramatic difference, but minor differences.

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    Also Planet Earth II is part of the Buy 2-get-1 free TV shows deal. So you can add another TV show and get a 3rd one for free

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    How does it look on lg c7 oled

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      some moments are good some aren't that great due to the equipment/way it was shot. there are much better UHD reference quality content around in the form of movies.

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    best content for 4K HDR…until Blue Planet 2 releases in a few days

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    What is best value for money 4k player

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      Xbox One S !! (Buy at 240 with games when ebay Sale is on , sell the games and controller, buy a media remote and you have a Blu Ray player and media centre and smart TV box for less than $150 !!)

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      xbox one s

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      If by best you mean cheapest/best value then I agree with the other comments however I've read in a few places including on OzBargain that picture/audio quality may be inferior to some players though I have it but nothing else to compare it against so I can't really tell. Would love to know whether/how to check if anybody can enlighten me/us?

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        Works perfectly for me. I have ~20 UHD discs now. No issue.

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          The issue is that Xbox One S (and by proxy the Xbox One X) only support the Standard HDR10 protocol and a more basic surround sound.

          Apparently, the Dolby format is much better especially on LG OLED TV's that support it. But it requires a more expensive >$300 box and specific UHD discs/content. You would also get Dolby Atmos support with it, for a more complete package.

          I think it's still in its infancy.
          I'm guessing Q4 2019/PS5 might support these formats when they're mature, so they will become mainstream over enthusiasts/prosumer products.

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          @Kangal: Dolby Vision requires a TV which supports it. Currently, XB1/XB1S/XB1X and PS4/PS4Pro do not support Dolby Vision. However, it is possible for those devices to support Dolby Vision in the future (there is the question on how the licensing fee will be collected, but technically, current gen consoles have sufficient raw power to support Dolby Vision).

          Dolby Atmos is already supported by XB1/XB1S/XB1X. I haven't checked PS4/PS4 Pro, but I assume the same.

          If Dolby Vision is an issue for people, then essentially, when purchasing a 4K TV, you need to ensure it supports Dolby Vision (HDR10 is an open standard so it should be supported by a TV which supports Dolby Vision).

          Planet Earth II UHD only supports HDR10 I reckon.

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          @netsurfer:
          You're probably right. I doubt the XB1S/1X will get Dolby Vision though.
          They technically could add it, as Microsoft owns the Windows App Store so it can open it up from there, just like how they did with DVD Playback (codec fee) on Windows 10. But I don't think they will. PS4/Pro outright cannot and will not. Also, a side-note Microsoft has fixed many problems with HDR10 and Dolby Atmos, although they struggle to do both at the same time.

          So, the market is still deciding things.
          Hollywood is pushing hard for Dolby Vision with Dolby Atmos. BluRay group (Sony) are pushing for the open HDR10 standard.
          The winner should emerge by the end of 2019, just in time for the big sports deals to occur with Television networks and the Tokyo Olympics. There would also be more x86 SoC's (and ARM) that will be able to handle both properly/efficiently.

          I doubt we will see a new Disc Format (8KVD ?) though. Things are barely sticking to UHDR discs, and transforming more into High-Fidelity streaming solutions.

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          @Kangal: In terms of 4K support, it is not limited just to UHD discs. The Dolby Vision support I was referring also applies to games as well. Same applies to Dolby Atmos (I was referring to 4K games, as well as the UHD). There are games which have 4K support with Dolby Atmos already. Sony, for the time being, obviously have to push for HDR10 (because they have not decided to support Dolby Vision on their 4K TVs yet).

          Supporting Dolby Vision isn't something that's technically difficult. However, there are a number of non-technical considerations and it will depend on TV makers (i.e. Dolby Vision needs to be more popular first). PS4/Pro most likely won't support UHD blu-ray (technically an external drive could be introduced, but it doesn't make sense).

          If Dolby Vision is important, then current gen consoles are not a good choice (not yet anyway). Furthermore, if you are serious about watching UHD blu-ray supporting Dolby Vision and you have a TV capable of doing that, it makes more sense to have a dedicated UHD blu-ray player supporting it.

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          @Kangal:

          Microsoft owns the Windows App Store so it can open it up from there, just like how they did with DVD Playback (codec fee) on Windows 10.

          Dolby themselves could charge the licensing fee I think.
          They did a similar thing with Dolby Atmos for Headphones. It’s a completely optional purchase.

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      I thought this would be the case.

  • +2 votes

    for a moment I thought this was for blue planet 2

  • +3 votes

    Used this combo to grab the Christopher Nolan 4K Box Set for $120.96. That's six absolute classics and Dark Knight Rises for $120.96. You bloody ripper.

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    Unfortunately the email code doesn't work with the buy two get one free deal. Or, it does, but it applies itself to the "free" item.

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    I have an Xbox One S and a 75 inch Sony X940E, looks absolutely amazing

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    92OS3O8CB3BD6N is a unique code, thanks anyway

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    Why does this 'Bro have TWO planet earths?!?
    I mean I don't even have one, he's quite greedy ain't he…

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    Thanks for the deal! Code is single use only though

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    Found Planet Earth II on US netflix via VPN recently, perhaps spend the amount you would on this bluray on a subscription to a reputable VPN with netflix servers (and a 4k enabled netflix sub)

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    Will this play on a PS4 (standard)?

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